Tamsin Snow lives and works in Dublin. She received her MA in Sculpture at the Royal College of Art, London [2012] and BA Hons in Fine Art – Studio Practice & Contemporary Critical Studies at Goldsmiths College, London [2008].

Snow’s works derive from her ongoing investigations into the legacies of modernist architecture. She constructs large-scale built environments, sculpture, CGI animations and virtual reality sequences to raise questions about the political and ideological underpinnings of architecture and social spaces.

Forthcoming exhibitions include: Cross Sections Project, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, WUK, Vienna [2018]; Spare Face, Block 336, London [2018]. Past exhibitions include: Resort, Mermaid Arts Centre, Wicklow, Ireland [2017]; Dead Rubber, UEL Project space, London [2016]; Multifaith, Dazed X Confused Emerging Artist Award, Royal Academy, London [2015]; Lobby Part I & II, Oonagh Young Gallery, Dublin [2015]; Pavilion, Store, London [2014]; and All Humans Do, White Box Gallery, New York [2012].

Snow is the recipient of the SPACE Residency Programme [2017]; Artlink Fort Dunree Artist Residency Award, Donegal, Ireland [2017]; HIAP/ TBG&S Residency Award, Helsinki, Finland [2017]; Arts Council of Ireland Visual Arts Bursary Award [2017/18] & Travel and Training Award [2017].